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Anyone Using UtiliTech Slim Bar UCLs?

Posted by Route66Services (My Page) on
Wed, Jul 2, 14 at 13:31

I saw the UtiliTech Pro LED Slim Bar UCLs at Lowe's, and I like how bright they are (3077K) on the store display.
Has anyone installed them?
Do you like them?
Would you suggest something else?
Thanks!
(Dimming's not an issue, they'll be either ON or OFF.)


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RE: Anyone Using UtiliTech Slim Bar UCLs?

I use utilitech pro led bar fixtures for my kitchen UCL and have been quite pleased. Mine were purchased 3 yrs. ago from lowes and are in the 2700k range.
Last week purchased Maxim led bar fixtures from a lighting store and was quite impressed with the construction and quality of the lighting. They are dimmable but a separate dimmer switch must be installed if you want this option. The light output was perfect for my situation (display cabinets in a sitting room) that dimmer was not needed.
Purchased Kitchler led bar lights today as recommended by a lighting consultant and am disappointed in the construction compared with the WAC as looked prone to problems during install. Will return those tomorrow and purchase WAC fixtures instead.

This post was edited by Texasgal47 on Thu, Sep 4, 14 at 20:09


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